Golang / Go Profile: Software engineer

Software engineer - golang, python, api, statistics, mathematics

Seattle, Washington, United States
Looking for: Permanent / Freelance - Can work remotely

I studied mathematics in Montréal. I studied hard, had fun, traveled a lot and learned programming. Then, I moved to Oxford where I found my first real job as a programmer. Five years later, I have worked for different companies, in Oxford, Montréal and now Seattle as a software engineer. I worked on different projects ranging from big data analysis on road traffic, to cryptographic elections.

I see programming as a tool to solve problems. The problems that interest me the most deal with mathematics, statistics and cryptography.

I see programming as an art that takes time and effort to learn. I like creating robust software that have real impact. I follow the good practices and leverage my experience when designing code, architecture, apis or other.

My favorite languages are Go and Python. Java is useful to leverage some fantastics libraries like the the apache projects. Normally I use mongodb as database and create my client side applications using angularjs, sass, coffeescript, qunit, etc.

What I look for
I am looking for opportunities where I will be able to use my creativity to solve problems. I am not a narrow minded regarding programming language or client/server separation.
I would love to be able to work from Montreal. I worked remotely for two years and would enjoy to repeat the experience. I would consider relocating for interesting jobs opportunity in New-England; Boston, New-York, Maine, Vermont,...

How to contact me
Nothing works as well as an email. didier.amyot@gmail.com

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Additional information

Linkedin profile
Github: didiercrunch
Location: Seattle, Washington, United States

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